Managed by Marriott Golf, the course at Griffin Gate Golf Club in Lexington was one of the first design projects completed by architect Rees Jones back in 1981.
Rees Jones set out the golf course at the Haig Point Club in 1987, returning to renovate the layout twenty years later.
Set on Florida’s Atlantic coast the Hammock Dunes Club is a residential community with two golf courses at its heart. We think the best is the newer, inland Rees Jones-designed Creek...
Hazeltine National Golf Club was modified by Rees Jones (son of RTJ) ahead of the 1991 US Open which turned into a historic battle between Scott Simpson and Payne Stewart.
Rees Jones was responsible for setting out the course at Huntsville Golf Club over rolling terrain within a massive 470-acre site in the early 1990s.
Originally designed by Seiichi Inoue in 1960 with double greens, the West course at Ibaraki Country Club was renovated by Rees Jones creating single green complexes, reopening to acclaim in 2011.
Architect Rees Jones designed the layout at Kohanaiki Golf Club while renovating Mauna Kea in 2008, but adverse economic conditions delayed the opening for five years, before the course was finally unveiled.
The course at Lake Merced Golf Club has endured plenty of significant architectural input since Willie Lock first constructed it in 1923. Alister MacKenzie in 1929, Robert Muir Graves in the 1960s then Rees Jones in 1996.
The North course at Rees Jones’s upmarket 36-hole Lake of Isles golf facility is the public one that all golfers can play, albeit for a significant green fee.
The South course is the private 18-hole layout at the 36-hole golf complex where fairways were literally routed around the 90-acre Lake of Isles by architect Rees Jones.